In our latest analysis for MintPress News, we examine the recent developments regarding the Macedonia name dispute and report on the large-scale demonstration organized recently in Thessaloniki.
This analysis encompasses a history of the dispute between the two countries, a geopolitical analysis framing the conflict between Greece and “FYROM” in a broader regional context, a look at the wider implications of the January 21 rally in Thessaloniki and conditions on the ground for ordinary Greeks today, the background of United Nations mediator Matthew Nimetz, and the broader implications of the Thessaloniki rally.
This week on Dialogos Radio, the Dialogos Interview Series will feature a timely interview with Bill Kalivas, a Greek-American aviation expert who is also leading an online campaign for additional nonstop routes to be added from the United States to Greece. Kalivas will speak to us about his campaign, as well as broader trends and issues pertaining to the airline industry in Greece and around the world, plus prospects for tourism in Greece.
In addition, in response to listener demand, this week we will air from the Dialogos Interview Series archives our interview with bestselling author John Perkins, author of “Confessions of an Economic Hit Man.”
Finally, we will also air our commentary of the week segment, plus some great Greek music! Tune in for all this and more, exclusively this week on Dialogos Radio!
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Σας υπενθυμίζουμε πως οι απόψεις που εκφράζονται στην εκπομπή δεν είναι απαραίτητα η επίσημες απόψεις του παρουσιαστή, Μιχάλη Νευραδάκη, της εκπομπής Dialogos Radio, τον ραδιοφωνικών σταθμών που μεταδίδουν τις εκπομπές μας, ή των ιδιοκτητών η προσωπικού αυτών των σταθμών.